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AERONAUTICS | The airline was banned from operating in the Eurozone

Venezuela's Conviasa blacklisted by the European Commission

The decision made on Thursday by the European Commission was based on the unanimous ruling of the Air Safety Committee, comprised by 27 EU member states, Croatia, Norway, Iceland, Switzerland, and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)

EL UNIVERSAL
Tuesday December 04, 2012  03:46 PM
The European Commission on Thursday updated the blacklist of airlines that have been banned from flying on the European Union due to safety reasons. Venezuelan state-run airline Conviasa has been included in the list.

The new list, comprising 287 airlines, replaces the one enforced last April 2012, EFE cited. No further details were provided about the causes for the inclusion of the Venezuelan airline into the blacklist.

The commission's decision was based on the unanimous ruling of the Air Safety Committee, comprised by representatives from the 27 European Union member States, Croatia, Norway, Island, Switzerland, and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
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